The ‘Michael 50’ special exhibition recounts Michael Schumacher’s brilliant career in Formula 1, the most prestigious race in the world, that Schumacher achieved 7 times of world champion with 91 series won and a total of 155 podium finishes.
‘Michael 50’ took the place of the Hall of Victories at the Ferrari Museum, where Schumacher’s racing cars for 11 years racing with Scuderia Ferrari were on display.
The 1996 F310, Schumacher’s F1 car that won three titles in his first season with the Ferrari constructor team. There was also the F399, the car that won the Constructors’ title in 1999 which made Ferrari as F1’s oldest team to achieve an extraordinary victory.
There was also the legendary F1-2000 ‘Alba Rossa’ (‘Red Dawn’), with Michael Schumacher at Suzuka ensuring the Ferrari Team won the first world title since Jody Scheckter 21 years before.
Then certainly it did not miss the record breakers F2002, F2004, and 248 F1 in 2006, when Schumacher won the Chinese Grand Prix for the 72nd and at once the last victory for Ferrari.
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Fans were also introduced to the lesser-known side of Schumacher, namely as a developer of Ferrari cars after leaving his career at the Formula 1 race.
The German driver remained at Ferrari not only to help the Scuderia team but also to contribute to the development of various Ferrari’s legal road cars, such as 430 Scuderia in 2007 and Ferrari California in 2008.
The exhibition was held with ‘Driven by Enzo‘ and ‘Passion and Legend‘, which had been opened before at the Maranello Ferrari Museum. ‘Michael 50‘ is held in partnership with the ‘Keep Fighting Foundation‘.